Ironically, in the context of the podcast episode "To 'B' or not to 'B'" of Duchess Meghan's podcast "Archetypes", a public insight comes to light that casts doubt on Meghan's statements about the royal family. Because despite leaving the British royal family, she still seems to want to enjoy the privileges of the court, at least as far as royal symbolism is concerned.
Duchess Meghan welcomes different guests in each episode of her podcast. In the ninth episode of the audio format, among others, the author Allison Yarrow. She accidentally made a fuss about the Duchess of Sussex on social media. Yarrow was sent a thank-you note from the Duchess for her participation in the audio format, with a juicy detail.
The most talked about detail of the well-intentioned card is the crown. It is emblazoned above the 'M' monogram, which stands for the Duchess' name. And that despite the fact that Duchess Meghan had hardly said a good word about the British royal family in the past and left the royal family voluntarily in 2020 with her husband Prince Harry. Even after the exit, the Sussexes repeatedly follow up verbally, with a scandalous Oprah Winfrey interview and also before the prince's memoirs, which will be published in January, should make the royal family tremble.
No reason for the Duchess to do without royal privileges such as a decorative crown on her stationery. The original affiliation to the British royal family can't have been that terrible, if you still have to use their symbols as status accents, is the opinion of many people on social media. The user "cocolucky" shares this opinion: "Why does she use the crown, she is no longer a working royal? Hmm." The user behind the pseudonym "prinzessin_bla" writes: "Honestly, she just wants the raisins from everywhere and everything just as she pleases on her terms. Just nobody to respect."